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Mar 24, 2013 Bob MacGregor and Patti Mikkelson
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Painting conservator Nina Roth-Wells of Georgetown, Maine describes the process she used to clean and conserve a winter-scape painting on the back panel of a vintage sleigh.  The sleigh was originally owned by the Libby family and now resides at the Skyline Farm Carriage & Sleigh Museum in North Yarmouth, Maine.
Topics: arts, logging, education, lecture, people, conservation, paintiing, art conservation, sleigh, Libby...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Roller derby has become a popular sport in Waldo County. This program features the Rock Coast Rollers roller derby team.
Topics: sports, Rock Coast Rollers, roller derby
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen,Gary Harriman
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New Gloucester Historical Society curator Tom Blake hosts this program about vintage carriages and sleighs. It was shot at the New Gloucester History Barn, Skyline Farm in North Yarmouth and Pownal Center.
Topics: education, people, travel, horse drawn carriages, sleighs, hearse, driving, museum
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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The HMS Bounty is a tall ship built originally as a prop for the 1960s film, "Mutiny on the Bounty". This program features an interview with the captain and includes a tour of the ship.
Topics: interview, maritime history, HMS Bounty, tall ships, Belfast, Maine
Maine Community TV Archives
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Eliza Steele founded the Rockland District Nursing Association in 1929. She was the school nurse for decades. Doctors,nurses,and others who worked with her and witnessed her dedication to caring for the sick,particularly, the poor and the children are interviewed for this moving story.
Topics: oral history,Eliza Steele, Rockland District Nursing Association, school nurse, interview
Maine Community TV Archives
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Midcoast Maine Veteran's are honored and remembered in this memorial wall dedication ceremony on August 3, 2012.
Topics: war, veterans, military, wall dedication, ceremony, memorial
Maine Community TV Archives
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Harold Pachios conducted three separate interviews with the candidates for Maine's U.S. Senate seat, Democrat, Cynthia Dill, Independent, Angus King, and Republican, Charlie Summers.
Topics: news, interview, Cynthia Dill, Angus King, Charlie Summers, U.S. Senate, Maine campaign, Harold...
Maine Community TV Archives
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Replicas of Columbus ships, the Nina and the Pinta, built in Brazil using old world methods stopped in South Portland on their journey of teaching around the world. Interviews with the Captains and Crews demonstrate how small the ships were and the hardships the crews must have endured
Topics: interview, travel, education, oral history, maritime history, Columbus, Nina, Pinta, South...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Roger Baffer
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Oral history of how Woolwich, Maine got their town clock
Topics: interview, oral history, Woolwich, Maine, town clock, clock tower, Woolwich clock tower
Maine Community TV Archives
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The Belfast,Maine town clock is owned by the city but resides in the steeple of the First Church. We tag along with Bob Stover who is setting the clock an hour ahead for Spring. Bob gives a tour of the works and we learn some history along the way.
Topics: interview, people, conservation, oral history, town clock, Belfast, Maine, clock tower
Maine Community TV Archives
- GEM Productions
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Current photos followed by historic photographs in the same location showing the change from what it looked like in the past. A short subject good to make up time between regular programming.
Topics: documentary, Rockland, Maine, historic photographs, music
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen,Gary Harriman
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New Gloucester Historical Society curator, Tom Blake hosts this program about vintage carriages and sleighs. It was shot at the New Gloucester History Barn, Skyline Farm in North Yarmouth and Pownal Center.
Topics: education, people, travel, horse drawn carriages, sleighs, hearse, driving, museum
Maine Community TV Archives
- Arthur Nichols
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Italian farmers, cooks, food conservationists and others come to Maine as part of a symposium on food, landscape, and community in Tuscany and New England.
Topics: food, Italy, farming, farm, landscape, community, Tuscany, Spannochia, Arthur Nichols, CTN,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Patti Mikkelsen, Richard Erwin
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Ron Romano, Spirits Alive tour guide, gives a Power Point presentation of gravestone carvings done by Bartlett Adams and his associates in the early 1800s in the Greater Portland, Maine area. Adams and his family resided in New Gloucester, Maine for 18 months and some of the town's cemeteries contain gravestones etched with his carvings. A New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Topics: Bartlett Adams, gravestones, etching, lecture, cemeteries, stone cutter, New Gloucester
Maine Community TV Archives
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Dedication ceremony of the new Veterans Memorial Bridge connecting Portland and South Portland.
Topics: education, people, parades, oral history, news, maritime history, South Portland, World War II,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Brian Knoblock
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Rededication ceremony on November 11,2008 of the memorial to the USS Portland in Portland, Maine. The memorial underwent $150,000 of repairs and restoration. Mary Doughty,who christened the ship as a young girl in 1932 returned to re-christen the ship at the ceremony.
Topics: interview, live event, wars, maritime history, USS Portland, Mary Doughty, Bill Whitten, Ed...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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This program was recorded aboard a "tractor tug" and features Captain John Worth talking and demonstrating what a modern tugboat does on Penobscot Bay.
Topics: tugboat, Captain John Worth, Penobscot Bay, Maine Maritime Academy, oral history, maritime history
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen,Gary Harriman
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New Gloucester Historical Society Curator, Tom Blake hosts this program about vintage carriages and sleighs. It was shot at the New Gloucester History Barn, Skyline Farm in North Yarmouth and Pownal Center.
Topics: education, people, travel, horse drawn carriages, sleighs, museum, driving, hearse
Maine Community TV Archives
- GEM Productions
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Bertram G. Snow has traced his family's history from the time they left England in 1623 to their arrival in Rockland, Maine when they began their long history of building ships in the area. The family once owned Snow's Shipyard in Rockland that started building ships in 1854. They built minesweepers during WWII. A park in Rockland was named Snow Marine Park in honor of the family.
Topics: maritime history, interview, Bertram Snow, shipbuilding, Rockland, Snow Marine Park
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Doug Joudrie has fished the waters off the shores of New England for almost a half century. In this interview Doug shares some of his fishing philosophies and memories.
Topics: Fishing, Lobstering, interview, oral history, Maine, Doug Joudrie
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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John Ford has seen it all as a game warden serving Waldo County Maine. Fortunately, he is also a gifted storyteller. This program was recorded at Belfast Senior College. Ford had his audience entranced by the numerous interesting accounts of his career.
Topics: people, conservation, lecture, natural resources, John Ford, game warden, Waldo County, law...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Belfast Historical Society
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This program which was presented by the Belfast Historical Society and Museum features interviews with two long time residents of Belfast. Captain Bill Abbott was a Penobscot bay pilot for many years. Harold Jones has seen many changes during his long life in Belfast Maine
Topics: Maritime history, oral history, Belfast Maine, Penobscot Bay, Bill Abbott, Harold Jones
Maine Community TV Archives
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This documentary looks at the efforts of Hollis,Maine residents to protect the historic and natural landmark site of Saco River Indian Cellar from proposed lot subdivision development and preserve it as a protected park forever.
Topics: Native Americans,hydropower,Skelton dam,John Mattor,Hollis Conservation Commission,Trust for Public...
Maine Community TV Archives
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Interview with poet,May Sarton at her home.
Topics: interview, people, literature, poetry, arts, Maine, New England, May Sarton, gardening, women...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Joe Bryant is a tinkerer. His wife, Bea is a doll collector.Joe has breathed life into Bea's doll collection and created a "doll circus". It is an amazing sight. This program takes a tour of the circus with its creator.
Topics: interview, people, oral history, dolls, Joe Bryant, Bea Bryant, Thorndike, Maine, Barbie Dolls
Maine Community TV Archives
- GEM Productions
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Maxine and Gertrude Elliot born and raised in Rockland, became world famous stage actresses during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Maxine starred in two silent movies. Video includes some light hearted moments with Charlie Chaplin.
Topics: arts, silent movies, Maxine Elliot, Gertrude Elliot, actress, Rockland, Maine, Charlie Chaplin
Maine Community TV Archives
- Belfast Historical Society
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This program follows the story of Belfast's historic quilt as told by Megan Pinette, of Belfast Historical Society and Pam Weeks, curator of the New England Quilt Museum. The flag quilt was made in Belfast Maine and sent to Union soldiers during the Civil War.
Topics: Lecture, Quilt, Civil War, Wars, Belfast, Maine, Pam Weeks, Megan Pinette
Maine Community TV Archives
- South Portland Historical Society and SPC-TV
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An oral presentation with slide show given by Kenneth E. Thompson, Historian, Portland Harbor Museum.
Topics: Lighthouses, education, people, wars, lecture, oral history, maritime history, Civil War, South...
Maine Community TV Archives
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Waldo County General Hospital is a small community hospital located on the Maine coast. This program describes the changes that have taken place at the hospital over the past 40 years. These changes may be similar at many other small hospitals and provide a look at the new developments in health care.
Topics: interview, oral history, hospitals, health care, Waldo County General Hospital, Belfast, Maine
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Steve Brissette,Patti Mikkelsen
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Sister Frances Carr of Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village gives a talk presented by the New Gloucester Historical Society on Shaker herbs and other food products. Afterward, three other Shakers field questions from the audience on various subjects about life in the Shaker community.
Topics: farming, people, lecture, herbs, cooking, recipes, livestock, Shakers
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen
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Barn expert Don Perkins gives a talk presented by the New Gloucester Historical Society about a variety of barns to be found in Maine.
Topics: farming, lecture, barns, construction, dairy, cattle, rural
Maine Community TV Archives
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This program gives a tour of a mussel raft that raises mussels for food, located in Penobscot Bay.
Topics: mussels, aquaculture, Pemaquid Mussel Farm, Penobscot bay, interview, fishing, farming, natural...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Belfast Community TV
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During a winter storm, we ride along with a public works snow plow driver and learn all about how the city copes with snow storms
Topics: snow, plowing, winter, Belfast, interview
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Mathews Brothers is a manufacturer of windows that is located in Belfast,Maine. This program takes viewers inside the factory to learn about the manufacturing process.
Topics: interview, factory, windows, Belfast, Maine, Mathews Brothers, manufacturing
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin
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Car expert, Richard Fraser delivers a New Gloucester Historical Society presentation on automobiles and other vehicles built in Maine.
Topics: travel, lecture, people, automobiles, snowmobiles, Maine, wheels, engines
More than 100 women who either worked or were the daughters and relatives of women who worked as welders in the South Portland Shipyards were paid tribute as representatives of the US Postal Service unvieled it's "Rosie the Riveter" stamp at the South Portland Performing Arts Center". Guest speakers included then Congresswoman Susan Collins.
Topics: education, people, wars, oral history, maritime history, South Portland, World War II,...
Maine Community TV Archives
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Franklin D. Roosevelt, following his conference with Prime Minister Winston Churchill off Newfoundland, came ashore in Rockland, Maine. Video includes details about the conference. Old news film shows FDR's yacht coming into Rockland Harbor and also him riding up Tillson Avenue in a limo.
Topics: news, documentary, Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rockland, Maine, Atlantic Charter...
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The Brooks, Maine Preservation Society has taken responsibility for some rarely used railroad tracks. They purchased some human powered "railcycles" and offer tours of the scenic sections of the railroad. We pedal along with the tour leader and learn a little local history along the way.
Topics: interview, people, travel, railroad, railcycles, Brooks, Maine Preservation Society
Maine Community TV Archives
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More than 30,000 men and women worked in the South Portland Shipyards building hundreds of "Liberty Ships" and British "Ocean Class" ships during WWII. The South Portland Shipyard Society and others solicited donations and won approval for the erection of a memorial to these workers. Guest speakers included former Maine Governor Ken Curtis, Boris Korotyaev,Vice President of the Russian Northern Convoy Brotherhood, Congressman John Baldacci, City Manager,Jeffrey Jordan, and...
Topics: education, people, wars, oral history, news, maritime history, South Portland, World War II,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Patti Mikkelsen, Richard Erwin
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Dr. Steven B. Rogers, a summer resident of New Gloucester, shares his research regarding Hawthorne's connections to the Shakers, which goes back to Hawthorne's boyhood in Maine in the 1820s and continued throughout his lifetime. Roger's talk took place at a New Gloucester Historical Society gathering.
Topics: people, literature, lecture, Hawthorne, Shakers, author, Longfellow, Franklin Pierce, New...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Brandon Atkinson and Steve Galvin
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Highlights of the 2005 Oxford Plains Speedway Season
Topics: live event, racing, stockcars, Oxford Plains Speedway, motor mayhem
Maine Community TV Archives
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A home that is energy efficient and "off the grid" that was built for under $25,000 is the subject of this program. We get a tour of this innovative home by its builder, Peter Baldwin.
Topics: interview, people, natural resources, sustainability, energy efficiency, Peter Baldwin, homes
Maine Community TV Archives
- Spring Point Media Center at Southern Maine Technical College/Ted Miles
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Former Speaker of the House,(ME) Representative Elizabeth "Libby" Mitchell introduces this program about women who worked in the South Portland Shipyards during WWII. More than 30,000 men and women worked in the South Portland Shipyards building hundreds of "Liberty Ships" and British "Ocean Class" ships during WWII. This program was produced by Southern Maine Technical College(now Southern Maine Community College)as part of its 50th year celebration of learning....
Topics: wars, education, people, oral history, news maritime history, South Portland, World War II,...
Maine Community TV Archives
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The Mark and Tim Show visit and take a tour of the Maine Maritime Academy training ship, the "State of Maine", docked in Castine,Maine.
Topics: Castine, Maine Maritime Academy, State of Maine training ship, merchant marines, interview,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Interview with Jay McCrum,owner of Penobscot McCrum food processing facility in Belfast, Maine. Many potato products are produced in the plant from double stuffed to potato skins. This program gives a look inside and a tour of the facility.
Topics: potatoes, Penobscot McCrum, factories, food, Belfast, Maine, Jay McCrum, interview, farming
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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In Thorndike, Maine, Bryant Stoves and Music has been restoring and selling wood and coal stoves. Bea Bryant takes us on a tour of the showroom as well as "the stove museum".
Topics: interview, oral history, stoves, Thorndike, Maine, Bryant Stove and Music, wood stoves, coal stoves
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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David Black has been fishing along the coast of Maine for over 38 years. This is an interview with David, who shares memories and opinions about fishing.
Topics: interview, lobstering, fishing, maritime history, natural resources, oral history, Maine, Penobscot...
Maine Community TV Archives
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A poetry short-perfect as interstitial between programming. Beautiful visuals of ferry crossing Penobscot Bay as poem is being read.
Topics: poetry, Elizabeth Garber, Belfast, poet laureate,Bay Crossing,poetry short
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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This is a behind the scenes look at how the city of Belfast,Maine handles trash and recycling.
Topics: recycling, trash, transfer station, Belfast, Maine, environment, conservation
Maine Community TV Archives
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Former U.S, Coast Guard light keeper, Fred Kahrl narrates and conducts interviews about Seguin Island, located at the mouth of the Kennebec River. The second oldest lighthouse in Maine resides on the island, perched 180 feet above sea level.
Topics: interview, lighthouses, oral history, museum, maritime history, island, Fred Kahrl, light keeper,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen
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Jane Arbuckle and Amanda Devine from the Maine Coast Heritage Trust recount the history of Malaga Island,now owned by the Trust. Malaga Island was once home to an interracial community in the early 1900s. The forcible eviction of all residents of the island due to prejudice and greed of the privileged powers-that-be at that time, including then Governor Frederick W. Plaisted,remains a stain in Maine history. The program was a New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Topics: lobstering, fishing, education, people, lecture, oral history, civil rights, Malaga Island,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Bob MacGregor,Patti Mikkelsen
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Historical researcher and teacher,Larry Glatz, talks about the role that Maine played in the War of 1812. A New Gloucester Historical Presentation.
Topics: education, people, wars, lecture, Native Americans, maritime history, oral history, battles,...
Maine Community TV Archives
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Documentary about working women in local factories in Waldo County, Maine. Sardine,chicken processing,shoes and elecronic factories all since closed.
Topics: interview, fishing, people, oral history, women, labor, factories, Waldo County, Maine, documentary
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen
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Historian, Holly Hurd gives a talk about Moses Greenleaf who is regarded as Maine's first mapmaker,among other professions. This program is a New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Topics: Moses Greenleaf, people, maps, surveyor, lecture, oral history, natural resources, travel,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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The Belfast,Maine fire department has been stringing lights along High Street in Belfast for many years. They do it in the early morning before Thanksgiving, (and we always thought it was elves). A good filler between programs this holiday season
Topics: Christmas lights, Belfast, Maine, holiday, tradition, fire department
Groundbreaking ceremonies for a major renovation to the South Portland High School on May 7, 2012.
Topics: live event, people, education, oral history, news, South Portland High School, groundbreaking...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Katie Winship
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For 50 years the Grant family ran the Colonial Theater in Belfast, Maine which celebrated its 100th anniversary in April, 2012. This documentary takes a look back at the history of movies and the Grant family.
Topics: documentary, John Grant, movie theater history, Colonial Theater, interview, arts, people, oral...
Maine Community TV Archives
- GEM Productions
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The history of the Algin Corporation located in Rockland, Maine and the development of a unique and indispensable food ingredient manufactured from seaweed called carrageenan.
Topics: interview, carrageenan, seaweed, sea moss, food ingredient, marine colloids, natural resources,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- GEM Productions
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Gone are most of the neighborhood stores with the owner in the store and replaced by the drive-in convenience store. Short subject used between regular programming.
Topics: oral history, neighborhood store, people, documentary, convenience store
Maine Community TV Archives
- Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen,Brian Soucy
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New Gloucester resident, Stephen Chandler reads excerpts from letters written by one of his ancestors, Anna Potter Chandler when she was a teenager in the late 1800s. The program was a New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Topics: letters, teenagers, Victorian, genealogy, carriages, lecture, oral history, Anna Potter Chandler,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Originally produced to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Northport Yacht Club. This is a video about the summer community on Penobscot Bay officially called the Northport Village Corporation but known to all as Bayside.
Topics: interview, oral history, documentary, Bayside, Northport, Maine, summer colony
Maine Community TV Archives
- Nelson Cole,New Farmer Films
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Skowhegan,Maine veterinarian,Jack Gibson is worried about climate change and energy independence,so he installed a windmill.
Topics: interview, weather, conservation, natural resources, windmill, climate change, alternative energy,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Belfast Historical Society
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This is one of the monthly presentations by the Belfast Historical Society. The presentation was by Kevin Johnson, photo archivist at the Penobscot Marine Museum and features images of Belfast Maine taken in the late 19th and early 20th century. Those images are juxtaposed with current images.
Topics: Belfast, Maine, lecture, Kevin Hohnson, Penobscot Marine Museum
Maine Community TV Archives
- Woolwich Channel 12
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A look inside Charles Durfee's woodworking and cabinet making shop in Woolwich, Maine where he uses old and new tools to create furniture,cabinets and staircases.
Topics: cabinet maker, Charles Durfee, woodworking, furniture making, woodworking tools, Woolwich, Maine
Maine Community TV Archives
- Mark Kuzio
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The Mark and Tim Show visit the Belfast,Maine recycling center aka the dump. They interview those who work there, take a tour, and get a look at what goes on inside.
Topics: interview, conservation, natural resources, recycling, trash, dump, Belfast, environmental services
Maine Community TV Archives
- SPC-TV & Ed Langlois
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Tribute to the 30,000 men and women who worked in the South Portland Shipyards during WWII building Liberty Ships. Archival footage and stills combined with period music and actual blueprints of the shipyards followed by a brief tour of the area today showing decaying buildings, with an active commercial boat launching and repair business. The scene at the end with Ed walking away from the camera was his idea. He passed away in 1998.
Topics: wars, education, people, maritime history, South Portland, shipyard, Ed Langlois, Liberty...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Toni Seger
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Visual poetry brings to life Maine's devastating ice storm in 1998. Residents often recall when their beloved woods seem to scream in pain as weighted limbs cracked and fell all around them. Timothy Richardson's poetry recited by Jeff Flint plus photos from the event brings to life this "innocent agony".
Topics: literature, poetry, weather, arts, oral history, natural resources, ice, storm, woods, trees, news
Maine Community TV Archives
- Mark Kuzio
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The Belfast Curling Club is the only curling club in Maine. We learn about the sport from Mark and Tim and Mark learns curling can be fun with instructions from Tim.
Topics: interview,curling, skating, curling club, Belfast, Maine, Scottish sports
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This is a funny look at how the Belfast sewage treatment plant works. Mark and Tim are two local funny guys who have a show that is remarkably informative at times.
Topics: sewage treatment, Belfast, Maine, city, pollution, interview, people, natural resources
Maine Community TV Archives
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Program featuring downeast Maine humorist and storyteller, Gary Crocker
Topics: live event, downeast, Maine, humor, Gary Crocker, storyteller, humorist
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Today's Bayside, Maine began as the Northport Wesleyan Grove Camp Meeting in 1849. Maine Methodists gathered in Northport for two weeks each summer for a religious festival at "this most beautiful spot, on a point of land making out to the bay". From the congregations of the first twenty towns represented by the Methodists, the population grew to include rusticators,excursionists,and vacationers. Tents pitched in small lots evolved into modest cottages with elaborate...
Topics: people, festivals, lecture, Bayside, rusticators, Methodists, Wesleyan Grove, Northport, Maine
Maine Community TV Archives
- Ned Lightner
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Smokey McKeen is a folklorist who has been gathering the stories of people from Waldo County, Maine for decades. He gave a talk at Belfast Senior Collegewhere he recounts some of these stories.
Topics: live event, education, oral history, natural resources, folklore, Waldo County, Maine, Belfast,...
Maine Community TV Archives
- Toni Seger
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"From the Top" is Timothy Richardson's poetic tribute to the creative process recited by Jeff Flint. It captures and enshrines an overwhelming feeling of awe at nature's beauty and uses this universal experience to describe that moment when inspiration produces creativity.
Topics: literature, poetry, arts, natural resources, national parks, creativity, nature, spirituality,...
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A lecture by Andy Swift and Willard Wight about the history of the Knox Marine Engine
Topics: education, live event, oral history, maritime history, Camden, Maine, Knox Marine Engine
Maine Community TV Archives
- Belfast Historical Society
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Maine historian, Jon Johansen provides a fascinating look at the many nautical accidents and lives lost in those mishaps during his presentation for the Belfast Historical Society and Museum.
Topics: weather, maritime history, Belfast, Maine, shipwrecks, New England, storms